Recumbent riders

Discussion in 'Recumbents, Trikes and HPVs' started by RedTrikePilot, 4 Mar 2018.

  1. RedTrikePilot

    RedTrikePilot Member

    Hi I live in North Norfolk (Happisburgh area) and I'm hoping to hook up with groups or individuals who would like go for rides. I ride a recumbent trike, so if there are any other trike riders out there please get in touch.
    Red Trike
  2. Mr Magoo

    Mr Magoo Über Member

    Do you live near to "sea views" at Happy Borough getting closer to the sea year by year :giggle:
    Have you visited the Mildenhall Cycle Rally Bank August Holiday ?
    Is the trike new to you and what is it ??
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  3. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    I spent a week in a field near Haze-bruh a good while back. Nice break but how in hell did they get that pronunciation from Happisburgh.
  4. OP

    RedTrikePilot Member

    Hello Mr Magoo, I live slightly in land about 15 mins from the sea. As for the trike, it's an ice sprint 26 and I've had it for about three years . Went to France and Germany on it a couple of years ago but I'm badly out of practice as I have to in to work on a 125 these days. I'm hoping to rebuild the fitness levels and am looking for people to ride with.
  5. OP

    RedTrikePilot Member

    Hello Screen man, I have no idea how that pronunciation was arrived at, but it's a great place to live.
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  6. mrandmrspoves

    mrandmrspoves Middle aged bald git.

    Hi RTP, there are not many of us in Norfolk. I have only seen 3 other recumbent trikes in Norfolk in the last few years.
    I am in a similar situation of trying to rebuild my fitness after a really poor year health wise. I only managed about 500 miles last year against 3000 the year before. I am over near Watton so not impossibly far away and I am happy to load my trike on my carrier and drive over to explore a different area...... but at present I doubt I could do more than about 10 miles so hardly worth the effort.
    If you can build up to 20 slow miles or so and I can do the same, then it would start to be worth the effort.
  7. OP

    RedTrikePilot Member

    Hiya, thanks for getting back, sorry to hear about your health. If you're able to load up your trike, please feel free to get in touch when you feel like going for a ride.
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